“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better” – Albert Einstein
Nature is always speaking to us, but we must listen intently in order to understand its language. If you seek internal answers, nature can help. It can make us aware of things in regards to ourselves as well as circumstances in our lives we may need assistance with. Below are some of nature’s secret messages:
The FLOWER is telling us:
Walk, run at your own pace. Your only competition is yourself. A flower doesn’t think of competing with another flower. It blooms at its own pace, until its alluring beauty is revealed.
The STAR is telling us:
Stars do not pull each other down to be more visible. Together, they shine brighter. The size of a star doesn’t matter, as long as it gives light to the world. Don’t forget, the stars shine brighter, during the darkest nights.
The MOUNTAIN is telling us:
Be courageous, no matter what comes your way. These mountains at times seems too steep for you to climb, but you can overcome them. Everyone faces personal obstacles, but you can become your own biggest obstacle, when you allow fear and self-doubt to take control of your life. It is possible to scale the highest mountain, and reduce it to a molehill.
The SKY is telling us:
Keep going. Your potential and opportunities are sky high. Break the boundaries you have set for yourself. It is possible to reach goals which you feel are unattainable. Beyond what you see and perceive, there are even more possibilities. I’m only the starting point.
The WATER is telling us:
Stop thinking you need to control all aspects of your life. Learn to deal with new situations, by adjusting to them. Just as water adjusts to the shape of its container, you must learn to adapt to the dynamics of change. With a flexible mind, you will be able to respond accordingly to circumstances.
The EAGLE is telling us:
When the storms hits, the eagle will set its wings, so that the wind will pick it up, and lift it above the storm.
Our lives are not determined by what happens to us, but by how we react to what happens. When the storms of life come upon us, we, too, can rise above them. We can lift ourselves above trials, and use them for gain, by learning from the experience, and be made better.